Most generously compensated entertainers of 2020: Dwayne Johnson is No. 1, once more
Dwayne Johnson is as yet on top.
The activity star is the No. 1 most generously compensated entertainer on Forbes’ yearly rundown, for the second year straight. Yet, this time, he’s not joined by four Marvel Avengers in the best 10, as he was in 2019.
A considerable lot of the new class of top-workers got a piece of their large checks from Netflix and other real time features. Forbes’ payday gauges reflect income between June 1, 2019, and June 1, 2020.
Sofia Vergara bested the rundown of most generously compensated female entertainers for 2020 with $43 million (in 2019, Scarlett Johansson stood out with $56 million).
Here’s a gander at who’s on the rundown and what they made:
Income gauge: $87.5 million
Alongside changing out a colossal check for his Netflix film “Red Notice” – Forbes reports it was valued at $23.5 million – Johnson is as yet selling his fruitful Under Armor line, total with shoes, garments and earphones. The huge checks will continue to come in, as he intends to make his DC superhuman presentation.
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Income gauge: $71.5 million
Forbes reports that Reynolds made more than $20 million for every one of his new Netflix films, “Six Underground” and “Red Notice.” It’s no big surprise he offered a colossal compensation for a lost teddy bear.
Profit gauge: $58 million
Wahlberg has made millions creating the arrangement “McMillions” and “Wahl Street.” He had a major Netflix film in the previous year, as well: “Spenser Confidential.”
Profit gauge: $55 million
Indeed, he was likewise in a Netflix film, “The Last Thing He Wanted.” He additionally featured in “The Way Back.”
Income gauge: $54 million
Diesel actually got a “Quick and Furious” pay day – for creating Netflix arrangement “Quick and Furious Spy Racers” – however the following film, “F9,” was postponed by the pandemic and will presently be delivered in theaters June 25.
Profit gauge: $45.5 million
Forbes reports that a lot of Miranda’s income comes from Disney purchasing the rights to his Broadway creation of “Hamilton,” which is currently gushing on Disney+ . The film variation of his Broadway show “In the Heights” is out in theaters and on HBO Max June 11.
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